townscape

[toun-skeyp]
noun
1.
a scene or view, either pictorial or natural, of a town or city.
2.
the planning and building of structures in a town or city, with special concern for aesthetically pleasing results.

Origin:
1875–80; town + -scape

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townscape (ˈtaʊnskeɪp)
 
n
a view of an urban scene

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The lawn which is surrounded by the complex forms a pleasing green space within the surrounding urban townscape.
Family photographs, the physical landscape and the remaining townscape served as prompts to personal memories.
It is directly connected to the character of the town's historical townscape.
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